Pembroke Instruments releases new SWIR GigE camera
The next camera in the SenS line features a new, proprietary InGaAS sensor.
The Sens II short wave infrared (SWIR) camera with GigE Vision interface, the SenS 640G-STE, has been announced by Pembroke Instruments. The camera features a new, proprietary InGaAS sensor in 1" sensor format with 640 x 512 resolution, 15 µm pixel pitch, 50e- sensor noise, and two selectable gains for linear response for low light sensitivity.
The camera provides up to 230fps in full frame, has a C-Mount, an operating temperature range of 0° to 65° C, and standard TE cooling. The camera has a dynamic range of 120 dB typical in Log, 63 dB typical in CTIA (low gain), and 49 dB typical in CTIA (high gain).
To Learn More:
Contact: Pembroke Instruments
Headquarters: San Francisco, CA, USA
Product: SenS SWIR GigE camera
Key Features: InGaAS sensor in 1" sensor format, 640 x 512, 15 µm pixel, 50e- sensor noise, 230 fps full frame
What Pembroke Instruments says: View more information on the SenS SWIR GigE camera.
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